Bethesda announced two brand-new virtual reality experiences based on its popular "Wolfenstein" and "Prey" franchises during its E3 2018 press conference on Sunday. It stars BJ's twin daughters fighting against Nazis in the 1980s. You can play solo or with another person. No concrete release date has been announced aside from a Spring 2019 release window. The big reveal is Wolfenstein: Cyberpilot though, which is a standalone project, and will let you, as vice president of Bethesda Pete hines puts it, "to hijack Nazi robots".
We also liked the game's sense of humour, as at one point a goon notices a TV laying on the floor and ends up watching an advert for an animatronic monster head. The new competitive mode will be available later this summer as part of the Mooncrash DLC or in the "Prey" Digital Deluxe edition.
The first is a free update that went live today and adds a New Game+ option and a survival mode.
Prey's VR release will come later this year and will be called Prey Typhon Hunter.
Did we mention what a good night Bethesda had?